Rock Trail 4 - Ralingen – Rosport
This hike requires some stamina, so you should either get up early or plan two days for this diverse tour. The reward is a multifaceted nature experience with flowering meadows, impressive beechwood forests and bizarre rock landscapes. On the sun-warmed shell limestone slopes, wild orchids thrive, while in the cool ravines, mosses, lichens and ferns feel particularly at home. At night, the eagle owl hunts here, while during the day, peregrine falcons, which have now become extremely rare, can be spotted. Rock Trail no. 4 follows the winding Sauer river, with many uphill and downhill stretches, and with various magnificent views into the valley and beyond. The Girster Klause hermitage offers a good place to stop for a rest, since here, time seems to stand still. Rosport is also along the route, which is well-known for its excellent mineral water. The activity museum in the Tudor palace at Rosport is particularly popular with children.
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